There are almost all kind of ed:Tech startups in the market. From K12 to Competitive Exams of all kinds and all levels have already saturated the market in all ways.
NextGen ed:Tech startups like White Hat Jr has made some uniqueness in the market.
Now the next leap would be by the genre of startups which enable a person get an employment.
Despite the slow reopening of the U.S. economy over the past several weeks, online grocery shopping is continuing to reach ever-higher numbers as Americans seem to be in no rush to return to the store. According to new research released today by Brick Meets Click and Mercatus, U.S. online grocery sales hit a record $7.2 billion in June, up 9% over May, as 45.6 million households turned to online grocery pickup and delivery services for a larger portion of their grocery needs. This figure is higher than the $4 billion seen in March 2020, when the U.S. first went under coronavirus lockdowns. Since then, online grocery sales have been growing quickly — jumping to $5.3 billion in April, then $6.6 billion in May, as more consumers shifted their shopping to online services, grocery included. The customer base for online grocery also grew from 39.5 million monthly actives in March to now 45.6 million as of June, the report found. Remarkably, only 16.1 million customers were using online grocery as of August 2019, totaling then just $1.2 million in sales.
Read More: Slashdot.org
These 3+ months of lockdown has motivated me and after a lot of reading here and there given insights into all kinds of directions. These directions are entrepreneurial and technocratic and highly scholarly as well.
I have some more time to establish some stuff as the yardstick for the rest of my life. Will be spending this time high on high passionately for zeroing down on those 2 paradigms for the next 5 years.
All Cool… All Well….
According to Sacconaghi, Apple should acquire DuckDuckGo for around $1 billion as a way to put more pressure on Google and capture the advertising revenue that comes from the search industry. As reported by Street Insider, acquiring DuckDuckGo could serve as a “stalking horse” to pressure Google:
Read More: 9to5Mac.com
With the Xbox Series X on the horizon, Microsoft’s head of videogame hardware sees a future where consoles may no longer be front and center.
MICROSOFT AND SONY will launch the Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 later this year. While their hardware improvements are hard to argue with, they’re arriving in an unprecedented era of media consumption: Netflix on iPhones, Kindle on tablets, Spotify on PC, all three interchangeable on each piece of hardware. As videogames follow that same path, the primacy of the specced-out console itself seems increasingly in doubt.
Read More: Wired.com
MicroPython is a compact implementation of the Python 3 programming language designed to work with microcontrollers. Initially announced back in 2013 as part of a Kickstarter project created by Damien George, MicroPython eventually became one of the preferred firmware options for microcontroller programmers and enthusiasts alike. Damien ended up created his own line of hardware that comes equipped with MicroPython right off the bat. However, the firmware can also be installed on a wide range of other boards.
Read More: ElectronicDesign.com